July Phowa Teaching and 1.2 million Guru mantra recitation

July Phowa Teaching and 1.2 million Guru mantra recitation

Postby phantom59 » Tue Jul 03, 2012 4:47 pm

Event : Amitabha Empowerment and Phowa Teaching
Date : July 8 - 15 10:00 am
Event : 1.2 million Guru mantra Recitation
Date : July 22 - 28
Venue : Palyul Nyingma Buddhist Assosiation
Address : 721 Geylang Road, (directly opposite Lorong 42 Geylang)
Map :
http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_tra ... ite_50798/
Website : http://www.palyulsg.org/jul%20&%20aug.htm
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/palyulsg
July Puja :
July 8 2:00pm
Phowa Teaching

July 9 - 12 8:00am
Phowa Practice

July 13 8:00pm
Dakini Puja

July 14 8:00am
Phowa Practice

July 15
10:00am Green Tara Puja
2:00pm Phowa Test(Standing Blade of Grass)

July 17
Vajrakilata Puja

July 28 2:00pm
Increasing Fire Puja

July 29 10:00am
Dzambala Puja

Phowa is the transference of one's consciousness at the time of death. This teaching will enable students to take rebirth in the pure realm even though one has not been able to put much time in their practice provided that one has observed and maintained stable faith and pure samaya.The practice will be lead by Samten Rinpoche and a Phowa Test will be conducted on 15th July to check if students have fully accomplished the practice. It is advisable for students to attend all the practices in centre in order for one to actualize it.

Guru mantra recitation programme :
July 22
2:00pm - 5:00pm Guru Rinpoche Puja & Group Accumulation
8:00pm - 9:30pm Guru Rinpoche Puja & Mahakala Puja

July 23-27
2:00pm - 5:00pm Guru Rinpoche Puja & Group Accumulation
8:00pm - 9:30pm Guru Rinpoche Puja & Mahakala Puja

July 28
10:00am - 12:00pm Guru Rinpoche Puja & Group Accumulation
2:00pm - 4:30pm Guru Rinpoche Puja, Mahakala Puja & Fire Puja
8:00pm - 9:30pm Marme Monlam, Dedication of merits and blessing

The tenth day of the sixth Tibetan month, falls on 28th July 2012, is the anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava’s birth from a lotus at Dhanakhosha Lake amid wondrous signs. Also known as Guru Rinpoche and the second Buddha, he was the emanation of Buddha Amitabha, and whose coming was prophesised by Lord Buddha in the Sutras and Tantras. It is said that the more delusions and difficulties there are, the swifter and more powerful he is. When the Tibetans need blessings or protection, their natural reflex is to invoke Guru Rinpoche, and when great masters face crises, even they call out to him as their ultimate source of refuge.

Chokhor Duchen (on 15th July) is known as the Anniversary of Lord Buddha’s Turning of the Dharma Wheel for the first time. It is one of the four great Duchens of the year during which the effects of positive or negative actions are multiplied by 10 million times.
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